Cambridge Bed and Muffin

Address: 267 Putnam Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 267 Putnam Ave., Cambridge, is near HarborWalk, Minuteman Trail, Harrison Gray Otis House, and Beacon Hill Walking Tour.
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      Day 2: MIT and Harvard

      A travel blog entry by kpincus on Apr 21, 2014

      12 photos

      MIT and Harvard Today we visited MIT, the USS Constitution, Bunker Hill, had lunch at Harvard Square and took a tour of Harvard. It was a full day and although sleep deprived, the kids have been great! Positive and taking in all the sites.It's 9:30 in the morning. We are outside MIT waiting for our ...

      Bday, Ball Game & Ponchos

      A travel blog entry by fourty2frozen on Dec 29, 2013

      11 photos

      ... With vip tickets in hand we skipped the 60 thousand strong queues and entered the gigantic Gillette Stadium! The atmosphere was already electrifying as the national anthem was being sung and it was only seconds before kick-off. We found our seats just as the game commenced, the roar of the crowd was deafening and although I had no idea what was going on I had a grin from ear to ear! Before every defensive play by the Patriots the numerous LED screens around the stadium ...

      Ducking around Boston

      A travel blog entry by definaclan on Sep 13, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... scrod for linda and the lobster casserole for me. The best was the chowder.

      A quick mention on the trains here, this is how a public transport system should run, trains every 5 -10 minutes, easy to get tickets and logical locations for stations with lots of staff. And your train ticket gets you rides on ferries and buses.

      At home after the kids went to bed we hit the web to get tickets for the baseball. Tomorrows big adventure.

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      Boston - stay strong

      A travel blog entry by camnic on Jun 22, 2013

      15 photos

      ... accompanied by seafood salad for lunch at the market - more yummy food = more calories. A wander past one of Rainsy' old favourites - Cheers, the place where everyone knows your name!

      Off to the harbour to visit US Constitution (old ironside), the oldest active Naval ship afloat in the world. 4 decks, 2 with guns, 1 for sleeping and eating and 1 for cargo - Not quite the comforts we had on our cruise and sea ...

      Cambridge

      A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 23, 2013

      39 photos

      ... the main tourist attraction I had in mind. On the night, admission was free. To put it exactly, you cane enter the museum only with donation. At the ticket counter, I was asked for donation, but I said No. As always, I said to myself that I am sorry, but I am a poor backpacker. I know this is contradictory, though. If I was really poor, why do I travel in the US.... Anyway, I valued my determination. One of the reasons I visited the museum was I wanted to see ...